Jennifer Pellet

As editor-at-large at Chief Executive magazine, Jennifer Pellet writes feature stories and CEO roundtable coverage and also edits various sections of the publication.


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Cardinal’s Profit Prescription

When George Barrett joined Cardinal Health in 2008, both the company and the health care industry were at a crossroads. [...]

Jennifer Pellet CEO Briefing Newsletter July 24 2013
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Carlson Chairman Marilyn Carlson: An Upside-Down Career path To The Top

As chairman of Carlson, the $39.8 billion parent company of Radisson, Country Inns & Suites, Regent, Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) [...]

Jennifer Pellet CEO Interviews October 8 2008

Case Study: Partnering for Potential, Array BioPharma’s Ron Squarer

You’ve stepped in as CEO at a biopharmaceutical company focused on the discovery, development and commercialization of targeted small molecule drugs used to treat cancer and inflammatory diseases. In taking the helm, you’re charged with finishing the company’s 10-year transition from developing drugs for larger pharma companies to steering some of those molecules through late-stage development and commercialization on its own.

Jennifer Pellet CEO Briefing Newsletter March 12 2013

Celebrating 2011’s CEO of the Year: Alan Mulally

Last night at the New York Stock Exchange, Chief Executive honored Ford CEO Alan Mulally as 2011′s CEO of the Year. Chosen by a jury of his peers, Mulally received the recognition for his turnaround of the Ford brand. Here are some highlights of the evening.

Jennifer Pellet CEO of the Year July 28 2011

CEO as Chief Customer Officer

To capture the loyalty premium, you must know everything about your customers-but that doesn’t necessarily mean crowning them kings.

Jennifer Pellet Events , ROUNDTABLES October 1 2002
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CEO Chronicles

Legget & Platt CEO Dave Haffner and The Limited’s Linda Heasley discuss the challenges and opportunities of leadership

Jennifer Pellet CEO Interviews July 28 2010

CEO OF THE YEAR 2001

In 1984, a 17-year-old freshman dropped out of college to build a startup biz – and turned PC retail upside down. Seventeen years later he’s still surprising us.

Jennifer Pellet CEO of the Year July 1 2001

CEOs & CFOs

TODAY, MORE THAN EVER BEFORE, A CEO and CFO must function as a team. Financial expertise has always been critical to managerial strategy, but rampant mergers and acquisitions, shareholder activism and ever more complex regulatory requirements are recasting the CFO role-and, in turn, the relationship between finance chiefs and their CEOs. The change isn’t always positive. While many CFOs report having more involvement in strategy, others say that intense scrutiny from regulators and wall street, coupled with onerous compliance requirements, have turned the job into one of endless drudgery. This Chief executive special report examines why some CEO-CFO partnerships work-and why some implode.

Jennifer Pellet September 10 2007

CEOs Tackle Technology

In November, more than 65 CEOs gathered in Silicon Valley to assess how mobile, cloud, social media and analytic technologies [...]

Jennifer Pellet Technology January 27 2012

China: Partner & Competitor

Three decades of uninterrupted economic growth and five straight years of double-digit increases in output have forecasters painting China as [...]

Jennifer Pellet January 16 2008

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